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THE RUTLAND WEEKLY HERALD: THURSDAY, JULY 25, 18G1.
FESTHEWS 3QRAPK. t -luy WAR GREAT BATTLE. A--- i ADDITIONAL DETAILS. ,nHinTn Account of tlio Untile. Two Eebel Generals Killed! NGTH OF THE ENEMY. Jarbarism of tfco Ilebels. si nportanfc Congressional Pro ceedings. 1 thr War lie- icorganization of the Army. mO,0() Fresh Troops Accepted. lii.i.i:oi omen EVENTS IN MISSOURI. tlttrUngloii iik-ii off for tin- t War. Sj.'-jiil d-jspa'cii toth" I Tiiil lltirlitigton, July 24. ('.'lb -'d men i :'t here this cviiin;? under 1 otni i.w.i of ''apt. v', F Harrto'oin the 'ii.ii mo: .New i-.ra i.ioentei iiiiictiieu. ii. I'liiioiil f i-iint r.ilic Mate Convrntlon ..elal ;i-;i:itch to the Rutland Ilriild. Burlington, July 21. l'I.e D. iieicrutic State Convention ut Mont iier to-duy was thinly httended. A straight kt t wa- noniinated. as follows : "; '.'or- rhm -Paul Pii'iit'glinni, of Whter- rv. ;.j l.:rul,n Hit I ,'fVtrno Wen I .iirii . Stephen Thomas. :-y 1 11 nsifir J. T. Thurston, of Montpe- i!s were adopted" -upturning; the Ad uj in their ell'orts to preserve the Un- Ii- iniiiati 11 aniline ton i. Wiwhirt : 1 l I r '1 1 , ; iriitie; - Ui .fii ' is .if K '. : - Wi I!':1 . U I J..S. ' . o vli.na I' !l i'eii'i 1 Ja 1V1 y 24. two in arrived tt 4 p. I'.oriax Court Hou-.a at 12 ' report I v paltl! i, ranee, ors wear 'I t' tioop' 1 !l id the ti) that time at these re ssniti force had made its re 1 seei inor-1 cheerful aspect to day. i ;ti- continually arriving. Maj . ' i ic ngan 1st, who assumed com 1. a. I ter Wilcox tell, was yesterday and is tl i gathering up his men. He S'ates that :-v or lorty will cover the killed, and double it nuaiiier, 'M-' 'Aiiuud.-d, in his regiment, il'in jis has t ft' red si'Vt iitccii , mid Indiana tvn S..iin ( I t !;t III !.IV" mi t .i e to 'in i i: a : w. t n fir. !,. r-' ttii ci; ' s e-- a tl in ;.e -ei-hl jJt'l'td.I o-io. s , a 'in went to ilrcady iff,) .v . ed (Mtiii i;..arn! a 'u .i.'inod darie nu! t a' "I" Fa '.; tor .lie of Hit; 'Ml' ::t ai.'i to i.e 1, 1 hi- (' j-' to the M ini I til-tress ion al Dis- eu!i"f killed or r'l'l:l Etontoll. -1 ;.... t i -rtou n . slates o lionr -.ry o'l vice, in t'ti- a t .v ?Sissoiii III'. rs;. Louis Jul. ' 'i t .,li- ' . I' 'i'e in he tai . .1 ;s aonniii "i.')r.;aiii,':iai-i:1-. : i'i vUv an! r -ills vu iiii; v I lie S i' hi nearly x'-i of ut ... :.u:i !; -d ,:, ..ti White tlaee va s :oi in i i . o ve i in nircc a a loreu nr I'm-- tJen. Ly .in : iw. 's c nninaiid L.'it ii sii we. 'ii id h r..t 1 s- , twelve . will ii '111 th': tunes ) into r. mi',) nt ljlttle 1 Ol'ii. : .Mount Vertio r.ioVi inetlt." 'a id ro.id. e made ticxt !t'eh is : and "t at is .-. U a '. a mi a ;.'li a l an; i V aii a;r, ivil:., I armed troops, me tweive or (iiteeti m les jus.ind oonriv armed mid f olonlt't'i' ui y -ta ut tVasli III.. to. i. hi . t..n.Ju!y 'J.5, inidilight. J- 1 : eif to-iii::!it. lie s;i's h I, .ere i rvil! of f tro?.- !iti! '" if . i i; a' C V' I a a, 'til 'a.s a l-ci WCCtl Vi'a-iil.a wo l-undfi'd v., inn.' .: .ii i i Vi d. i.ai , er i' iniore. da surcoiis 'iiit.OOO itifii for TTuilKiig-l!! SSarli.ir- of lli itebidii. New Vor's, July 2'3. i'i. iierai i'tj 'aduTi!.;:i!:i dispatch sta e.i that. ' 'an :i't..! th'jti-..hd iii-.ii arc ordered to .'utijjtoti from .!ilfetet:l States. New iu- 'HE LA . T3V TBL land and New York respond nobly and contract ors arc chuckling. The President and Secretary Seward visited the 69th at Fort Corcoran which expressed a determination to veerilist for the war, and the President has written a letter complimenting this regiment for its bravery. It N stated that ft private of the 1st Conn, regiment lifted and curried a wounded rebel to ,1 shady spot, jave him drink which revived the rebel who drevv his pistol and shot his benefac tor dead Also that a troop of rebel cavalry deliberately fired into a number of wosnded- Also that the rebels having taken the bayonets and knives of our dead and wounded thrust them into their hearts leaving them sticking there, and the L misiana Zouaves amued them selves by kicking the heads they cut off as foot l alls. The 2nd N. II. regiment went into action with 856, returned with SOO, 62 of whom are wounded, of otlicrs twelve are dead and 4-1 ruis- sin.;. Col. Mnrston is doin well. Two Georgians. j.risoners, say that John sons division arrived at .Manassas Sunday ruotn inu untl report that in an attempt to capture Snennun's l.atteiy ilietV rig;!it was cut to pieces, j Tiu-v si.v they fooled Patterson. ! 'I'lie l i nes dispatch stat.'j t:iat the l-ss iu i killed jiml wounded will not exceed six Iiun , tin ii ! t.i .veuiment has t:'.k -u sK-us to have one !;ur.- l'iii:dred il.ouseial niuie troops. i he rebels carried American llajs uunm; tue !hrtt. and when .u ill -4 au ls cf mr tr.op.s .to lavae'l. a' taev tiiv.) en tliein. Kebt I sharp -'uvi'.e s w -.. sj .mi t.i off iva-iiiier-. v.tsiie itcaiuij; out water, anu t t'le. aaibuianees an.i hospital. 3Iicllanoui tt'iir Xvvth. New York, July 24. ut. Co!. Fo.vlci- "f the 14;h New York l; iv;:tiiei.t inr: d :U Arlington Monday nielli. fl:c io-s if t ie 71st wa 17 killed, 41 wounded, 12 tnis-ii'g. I'wenty Prussian otli-crs have gone to Wash ington to tender tueir services to the jjoveru ineiit.J A '.uecial desnatch savs the nomination of Connelly for Governor of ew Mexico was re , . ' L- x ' !.- jeeleu by tae Senate. SPECIAL TO l'OST. It is ruiiioieti a duel will occur between Bur lieu ant! i;ie".ardo!i. Friends are trying to arrangj the waiter. itu. Vi..!svv;.rth who anived irotu Fairfax Court Hons.- wir. re !,-. roiuiued to care lor tite wounded repm 's .i.e iv:;et forces coining in. Our troops are only Ut a tar as Bulls cross roads. Large numbers of our scouts a;e out in all directions. A slave escaped from the rebels says ninety thousand ration s were issued at Manassas Junc tion Sunday. M'KCIAL TO Till; TKI1SUKK. Ser.'cant Mixter of the M.issaehusett s 5th, who 1 y in the woods near Bnll s liun Sunday night, escaped. Two negroes met hun on the road and told him that every rebel regiment after being taken to the. iront and delivering their tire, was withdrawn and fresh oues substi tuted, -he former in some cases returning after closing its ranks and reloading- Ouly men enough were left at the Junction to work the guns. One negro counted forty wagons, full of dead posing about three o'clock. The report that the rebeli had shelled ho1 burned Sudley Church used. as a hospital by our trot ps is coidiriiicd . as also the fact that the wounded l-.'uud on tiie 10. id wee bayoneted by the rebels. A hundred or a hundre i and titty ot the 6th Massachusetts have started from the lielay Hoii-e tor home. The rest will 'emaui as long at. needed. TUirty-.vvnth C'oiiffr" Extra "ion. Washington. July 21. lluusr. Mr. KUiott trom '-he l oimuittee ou commerce reported u bill which was passed, authorizing the rresitent ny anu V:ia me aaviee an-; eou setit of the Senate, to Appoint consuls at any feoei port wheie he may deem advisable lor preventing piracy, at a salary not exceeding ti'teen 'hundred dollars per annua: , their otbees to cease when internal peace shall be re stored. Mr. Stalgwick from the committee on naval affairs reported Senate bill providing tor ap pointment of a board of three skilliul officers to report on the construction or completion ot an ir ... or mi; clad steamship or battery, audit the r port i- ftivo'-able, the .secretary of the .N'jv, be ..ttt'ioriz.i I to corisUiict one or more A wiVlit.-il and a half .Itiilar-. is siipr'. ;iat;.l ti earrv " -1 i s net i'.i'u eil:'e'. Pas-ed Al.-o '!! S.-ii.iti; Ml. aunt '.nzing iho appint m i,i ..f'cti Assistant Sec-'i'rv o; the Navy, at u salary o! tiiree taou-at.d dollars per anuaui. and eight additional clerks for the same depart-m-.-i't Fassed. Al-o t:ie Senate bt 1 providing for an ira-rease o! :h: medical orps of the Navy. Passed. Mr. Blair from ihd committee on military alia re j oitet! the Senate bill authorizing tho President to at'c -pi the services ot live buudr.'d thousand volunteers. Passed 'ir. Bri ti-i!i I'.-om t-ie com-uittee on judicia- te ait 1 r dut t.11 wh'.cn v its .a-e 1, re ;o c tumu:ii'-.;tc, if in his ,"o tt !.!? : it'i th : nub ic e President it is not ine n: interest lie t:ro:ui'is. r ;tcn ; whiffi ttie I'oaej t' uiin .ssi.a: rJai'i'ij.'ie .. . n.: a ;.u i . ers nt Fort iie i . in r- . v J oa 1. 1 ; v t., t . : -'"' ay - and Mr. M' ven.' hoiu tae Means lcpor.c.l ;t hili ..p tl-etl tiiousaii'l tioilar. to ce ..I v i'opna; ,..V the i.olic i.'a ii !y the L ii ttc ' oi li.i-tiinoie .'Ir. fJurnett ;t! uh.)ut tiie Prcsi.lca tates uutlioruifS in tae city j teked the bill. He sp'ike j u-tiiijit! thj tiovvcrs, trta- ; t! pi. nt; ou tint rights of M-irjl.ttl Mr. liiciiuiilsoti aei-u-c.l Air. iir to .rinlucc the tiisastrou: fans by aiding ; btcuk ui) tiie t . Mr. litii ncti .i aiteii the ' tin lo have o per-ou tl con-rover... i. c : Burnett ot help- j c.itiUition ot at' ! J). mocratic par- ,-'. ii'j wished ' wi ih him here . i. lie ciesi'-ed liUL I nn i. one eisevvher 'tr, iii ii.ir tcchu. iscif iu ll tr ten 1 1 re, Mr. ,t i-Ncite n1. Ut 1'li.lll d. ii. n.ir.ls neti; Lai t. fiji'aki; ibaui tiie :ott, and battle .i he rei tue J .1 c-hvc: .Mr. a! tieu. S a ted a to i'i'i 'e it. yens cxplai'iud the ltl'. lie spo.e of fid htiiiblaturc ai u iics.tcf traitors, i.h ol I'ol ce as a traitor. .a; -111 IV i tiiC f ;. and iiighiv exciting and interesting oa :':ie lull io; owed, when it passed. nen.. 1.1 r. hrowtj tiioved uu amendment to strike out Jaiiitary in .?-.c:iou nixth and insert April in Lett thereof. Mr. Stevens, ia opposing the tiniftnlnient, ex piained tuts motives whtca indu ed the Cotmntt t,.e to lix on the iuontli of January si; 'iie tinio . ior iisaess-n, jiropertj eiiuuifratcd. ?lr. Conking moved s atneudment to sec tio i sieo'.'.d giving tho President power with the ti'ivice of the 3!imo to appoint a:ae'..r-, &c, thin tae t..x levied by this bill be colle.-ted under he superintendence ot Governors f t Smte.-i. Mr.' LoTcjoy proper.: i thu a tn.x be levied cipitubiy on all real ..ad peiviul property in nil the States in tiie auuic aia.ine. and propor tion W a tStute tax. Mr. Ashley proposed ft sitriibr atneadin:.:t, wus euppcrtl-d by Mr. ..IcCicruftnd, but not adopted. Mr. Koscae continuing moved ih-M the Coin mitiee ri e wiieu the chairman reported progress. Mr. Coukiins moved thit the bill he recom- j Milled t the Commit ee on Ways and Means, i with instructions to amend so as to provide that the tax on real and personal estate provided therein be levied, assessed and collected in the several States and Territorits and District of Columbia in the same manner as State and ter ritorial taxes are by local law collected therein. Mr. Colfax moved to amend Mr. Conklinsj's instructions by striking out that part of the bill relative to the thirty rr illions of direct taxes ap portioned among the States, and to provide in its stead taxes on stocks, bonds and mortgages, money at interest, and income. He said that his motion left untouched the recommendations of the committee as to taxes on whiskey stills, watches, carriages, notes and bank bills, and that thus amended the bill might raise twenty millions of dollars. This was all he thought necessary now, but if, when we meet again tour months hence, direct tax?s on land are necessa ry, it will be time enough then to levy them. If the rebellion continues, he was willing that ev ery dollar he owned should go to the Govern ment, and it was so with a majority of his con stituents, but he was for pushing these taxes only as fast as the; are necessary, and to have the burdeus fall in" the first instance on those most able to nav them. In the course of the debate Mr. Stevens said some of his friends thought the rebels would succumb in two months, but such was not his opinion- The rebels were too numerous and in the operat'a in against them many thousands of valuable lives are to be lost and millions of dol lars expended- Mr. Morrill of Vermont said unless they pass this bill the meeting of Congress will amount to nothing. Mi: Wright moved to postpone the considera tion of the Hill till the next so sion of Congress. .Negatived by 44 against S'J . Mr. Colfax's 1 ropostuon was voted down and Mr. Conklmg's adopted by 70 against 61. Ad journed Nf IKItC. Mr Foster presented a rep U an i memorial from the common council of New London, Ct., tor establishing a naval school in New London. He urged the claims of the State and place in a few remarks Referred to the naval commutes Mr. (irimes off red A resolution that the committee on the jnd.ciary be instructed to in quire into the expediency of requiring die oath of allegiance to be administered to each military naval officer and employe of the government. Agreed to. Mr. Trumbull presented a memorial from the citizens of Alton. 111., in favor of establishing an armory there. Referred to naval commute. Mr Trumbull from cotntuittee oa judiciary reported back the IIous: bill to define and putt lsh conspiracy with a recom a. end that it pass. Mr Bayard said he wished to make a minori tv report against the bill. " Mr. Trumbull objected to its being received as the report from the committee. The bill to punish fraud on the part of any ofiieers entrusted with the maiin of coniraets for the government, was taken up aud subse ijucutlv postponed tii! to morrow. Mr.'Wiilson introduced a bill to promote the efficiency ot the volunteer forces of the United States, whic-i was referred to the military com mit 'ec. On motion of Mr. ("handler, the bill regulat ing pay for revenue service was taken up. Bill p.issetl after some discussion . The bill to promote efficiency of the volun teer forces was taken up tor the second tim :. The bili allows the President to discharge odi ceis who are incapable or inefficient, or violate their official duty. 1 he lull was discussed at considerable length. Mr. Fessen den Irorn committee on linaace, re oned back t'le bill to provide for trie payment of the government police of Baltimore. Bill Was pas-ed Mr. Johnson of Tenn ., offered a resolution that the prus'-iit civil war was forced on the country by iisuniotiit m th: Southern States who are now in icb.-iiinti against til? constitu tional government, gin this emergency Congress, banishing aii passion and resentment, wiii onlv retolitct its duty to the whole country. I his war w'us not waged with any spirit of sup pressiun or suiijagati an, or lor any purpose of overthrowing Uur ini'.tutions tf ihe Sitttia, but lo maintain and dele-ad til? supremacy i t ihe eonstitu '.ion and laws, and as soon as this is ac complished the war ought to Cea .. The bill was laid over, wacu. Subsequently the Senate iid jaurued Visoroun Jli-murM to rr-orifaniie the A vntr. -Mt.WVO new troop ulreailr A(irileil. Washington, July 24. The ino-t vigorou- measures are being adopt ed bv the War Dpartiueut for a thorough and complere reorganization ot our army. OiJ svstt.-nn will i,c cii.iiiged to prK'-t'.cal I !' tue -H-t'-er management Ot oar t. Tees, .ia.tig r.-iiab e officers. i'o this etci t .e ar ot War has issued general orders 1 ;tU tiiw 'itliceis of Kegla.erits a, II :,c to examination ny a. board ot (.tlicers to t o AV sU' Ji ei ! i.e it p po d by Hie War Department itti tne concui renee .a the cuii.mantler in-Caiei as to liicir titii.rss la the positions a-si tied ttiem. 1 Lose ioiiiiu me otiipeteal wiii r.-e ujeete . aud their I os.t:o:.s wi 1 be tided by competent office is taut may have p issed an examination o! the said military board. Up t') l.velv flic 11 have been bell!:' :u fhut e j . lock to dav ., nearty 5().IHU ctpted, and are at this momeiit Kilo serv.ee ad over the North. 1 .iio'.iou on their wav to the Ma .y n a r i . : I . .1 JW a.pi.a. :tit nr.' i !: W..: li.-. : UoiiO fllUC. we:! 'iircctci ttioris -. t the ili'l 1 . - (ielier-u ;u chief, ha a-o coatideucu . I If proiuj.t t: .it.-i u li..ii . t iio is now on liiiaaa.t Li.c iiair.l ui'itiy, ii as .iu .taction .-.iiu ciaaite i y.rvut - t..e a-)l;iicr.s i lay urc a i . sO ICat a Cielictui as i'ecea.ly -.voti bugfi ilj(t:isive aaiiities' a. s iijijuj: nt. ic lit id ...v nei'e. :ven unboui. Cli-.i'.-.Maslil . veatay u: ncii Mi t.'S-.-iiau, '' pro'ji- o! tils ; lAi ileuK'Ut at .f'irron it. Jeiiersuii City.ju.y il. Tne city was tl.rovvu iiiso . st tto ot great ex tciuettt last evetiaig it 11 o'ciccft o.'.m,' to tiie pic t.iei hit. 1 eiiy nor. :ts iii'iii u: an otlice: i nat kliuv.'lii tlig v w. iioppe.i i.'.ast iie was tiOt re t i ere. .' . i'iliie.'V -Ui.lill iuetl t.i trout m th ti am. ou t .e l.t.r loauii. to aims and the re mito.il taal Gov. Jackson was approaching .e i:.tv with a nt'ij bnee, '.vi:ie.i of course Was i.lll'uiy taiaJ. Cot "McN id's leuneiitit left lure this evening cr iv.ui iji ai Lou:s. BmIit.iI licu'-i Attacked ly tiecenniuu ol. Washifiatuii, July 24 Katiy this morning the picket guaiu ot tiie x. V. 24ti at i'ai.s Churcn. tweuty two in number. wi:u a CapUin, were a tuc-kcil by utiuut ioiay see asiuu cavalry unti dr veil iu. ilaii a dozen shots were .iijiiiar.Ui nut no oue was in jtiitd ou o ii' siae. I he sccc-si ,-u p.ckcis are within live miles of us on t e CoiUaiaia roiu. loulherii Account of the Itattlv ut .tla uaia. JLoutsviiic, July 24. A bpecii'i dispatch to the Memphis Argus U oin iiicumj id, dated the 22nil, says Gen. lieaure yard couiuiauded the Siou'-iierii troops on the rint ut .Vlatiasstis Junction, and Geu. Johnson on tiie ielt. Siivtaiaa's battery was captured . Geu. Deauregard horse wa shot from under hi u. Generals liar ow ot Georgia and Bee of Souui L'aroiuiu are tidied. Thtf Lynchburg regiincuis are cut to pieces. uthusiatic Ilcceptiou of Cren. IrfcClel Uu iu Aittiii 1'ittsburg, July 24. Geu McClellaa arrived hero to night amidst the tiring 4ot cannon, fireworks and other dem- onstrations. An immense concourse met him at the depot. He was escorted by the military firemen and citizens to the Monongahel a Hotel. He was introduced to the poplace by Judge Shannon, when he n. ade a felicitous acknowl edgement which was received with enthusiastic applaudits. He leaves in the twelve o'clock train eastward. I of the rir Zoustm 200. Washington, July 24. The loss of the Fire Zouaves is now estimat ed at 200, all told. The remainder are as full of fight as ever. Among the killed of the detatch ment of U. b. Marines is Lieut. Hitchcock of Vermont. It is stated that the flag of truce to the confed erates proposing that one of ourselves Bhould tro and see to the wounded left upon the field of hhDattia on Sunday, was that while they would not prrmi t our burgeons and ambulences to come w ithin their lines, they would take as good care ot our wounded as if tnev were their own The oidinance department of the navy yard is turning out rifled cannon with extra force. One is nearly finished which will throw a prt jectilo weighing 64 pounds four miles and a half. The gun weighs 10.000 pounds. There is great ac tivity in the ordinance department night and tav Col. Latham's reignicnt of horse artillery has been accented and will be mustered into service immediately. NEW YOUK MARKKTS July 21. Reported by Telegraph. i lour receipts, 12 802 barrel; Stute and Western dull an i Ac lower all s, 8009 bbU; Superfine Sta't, s-a.00: lixtia State, 81,20 'iji S?f.25; 1. 11. Ohio. J1 b. BiSf'j; Superfine Vetern, ?3 so 'eg SI.'.".); common to Kood ex'ru Western. 1,10 .'i 4 ,4 , .Soutlieni. rpiitt sales, 40 this. ; mixetl to goon , 0 ((l 1-ancy and l.xtra, ti h) CaitHda, quiet - Miit-s, BiV) bil. ; Superliue, S3.70 (ttj 3 8'J: Extra, Sfl.lO a, s". Wilful shade firraci for prime, with a fair export demand. Sales, 40 0' bushels. Chicago .Spring. t0 5s ''2; Milwaukie Ciub. Ua m 9S; Green Hay, si. Corn tirrn salts, SO 0IX) bunhels; New Mixed Wes tern. 40 u; 4ti). Oats Heady ; Jersey . 27 fjft 31. Northern aud West cm, 3234 Beet ipiiet; Country Mesa, mo 'Sj S.j.60; Prime, 4 0: itepacked Chicago. 5 lt.W. 1'ork iuiet; Mess. Sli5,20 eg jflo.b? ; l'riuie, S10. liwon nominal. l.ard-teady; sales, 12ij btrrels. Uutter iiuiet; Ohio. 7 s lu,'' ; State, 8 ; 13i . i r r 1 1: i . In Clarendon, on Monday, the 22nd i'it , Mr. John li. Key nolds of this village to Miss Eva Hay ward. I) I E B In this village. July 23. George Alvord Jen"e. otily son o! Samuel D. and Ella 1. Jennt-es. a,;ed '1 month-. 1 he funeral will be attended Iro'n th residence ol C C Alvord, this afiernoou at 4 o'clock. In Wei-t Rutland, July 20th, Charles Horace, son of Wihiam V. and Orrissa iellt, aj; .d t yenrii and 'J montha Special ulircs. A C A R I) T O T II E L A I I K S Dr DUI'ONCO SGOLDEN 1'ILI.S FOR FEMALEsJ nrll!ib - in corrertintf.r'u'afn. anJr--nortn all ob :rurttons from tf haiever rause . and niicays surressfutai a preventive . The combination of ingredients in these Tills are perfectly harinlesn. 'Dieir ethcacy and menu are based upon an exteiisive practice of over &J years ; and w here the directions have been -trictly follow ed thev have never failed to s.irr. et nil I rruianties. They relieve painful aud difficult Menstruation, (par ticularly at the chtuxe of ,'ite i Ifiey wail cure the Whites aud remove all ob-traction-. ari-in from rolls, exposure, or any cause ; and mav t. success fully used as a preventive. Price 9l.i per box. Sold by I'OND k Mi iKSE. f Unitri-u ) Aents for Rutland. Vermont. I.adirs ; By "ending th-m l.'t through the Rut land To-t-Othoe can hare tile pills -eut to any part of the couutry. ic .niidi ntia'lv) by mail .S'jI.1 m White hall by J. II. Brouiron. and l. Wrignt. -r: iro. f ,SVn. Ca-t:-toU. . J- Josi'A. l'uultne;. and by one Druiitfist iu every village and town iu the United Mates. N. II Look out for-counterteitu. Buy no(, olden Fill of any kind miles- ttie t.x i n? ne-i U. 11 ow. All others re a bae uiipo-iriun atid uaate ; tfiere lore, a you valueyour live- and iieailli. (to a noth ing of being humbugged out ol our m.jn -y. I buy only of those who ehow the- i-iguature of S D. Howe oa every box. which has recently been ad led. on ac count of the Fills being counterfeited. May -1. ut w .ly C IVI EN N 1 A L AN N 1 V E KS A R V . Casti.eto.n. Vt., July 15th. The citien." of Ca' leton will celebra'.e the oue Hundre.fth Anniversary ol the Charter of their it wu, on the 25th ot September next ; on w hich day . all the native.-, and former resilient ot the town, are cor- I diaiiy invited to meet with u- and enjov a cittl en tertainment. Any who hare ft iends abroad wiii con lira tavot by leaving the name and 1'. O a-idre-s with H O. 11 1 i LEY. J N Nolt HROI W. MoULlON. Com of liivitatio'i. We bad o eisivii.a f-w tlays -ii.ee. to pureha-e a j Hew pair ot b"Ot-, En operation e ;.i'Aa dread ss a I b.'V vvnuai a whii.i.iUkF. liut. comie!ed bv nece'-itv. i we screwed our courage to the -ticking place, and went to our worthv friend opyo-tte, who. ta tiur ut ter astonisiimeiit fitted u the first trial. He very caoliy remarked t bat "he done the same thing nine teen times out ot twenty," and that whenever he ha 1 a cough or cold he n-ed 14 r ai.t i'tihuonic W fc rn and they cureii him ft- oftei:. Onlv Z-'i cent" a box id by I'ONli & MORsjE. Rutiaud. 2'j-lw Sill .lAME? C'L.'.UtE ? t'KMALK I'I L IS 1 ' N ea 1 1 prieti.r-bold hundreds i.t" te-tiiu.tiu! to tti. vir'ties of sir James ( :urke'e 1 euiaie 1'iiN. hut their peculiar natnie prevent puliiication; but certain it i they are the oniy sure and sale remedy in u-e tor a;i th'.se paiitl ii and dan ..'ernus .Imwh pe.'iiltar to the leuiiiie e.'i.-titutit.i! In all ci-t- of Nervotn and j.. 1 1 1 a 1 Atleetioi)-. iiin in the liaek ami I.iiuh-. lieaviiiese. iatig'.ie on !ignt exertion. 1'alt.itjtiuii ol the Heart. l.eine.-- ot j,.rit.-. sierios, .s,ick Hea.b'eite. Whiles, and ail i.ain;ul ili-ea-es ...:a,;-:.ine.l by i di-oi iiere.1 svstem. lhe-e pi!!- will ei'ect a care vheu a' 1 i-tlit-r means have tailed. Ti v n-r-r tail lo trie-derate rryes an i lo rttnore- ije.,ru l-nn. li'tnn whatever cause. I hfv are pu rely egftaha', and wtil not in jure the mo-t delicate cim-ttuitinii. t'..r partieular. tend fur a pamphlet to the Agent, one dollar aud six p -tuge stamp., sen' to any aulhoriz-d Agent, will iiisuie a bottie return mail. ,ii-3iuuii. It) CONl.Ml '1'IVKS II1.3 subscriber wiii cheerfully send (free of 'ha rie) to all who (b.-ire it. tie copy "of a SiMri.t; I'Kt ii'K by which he was cur.-i or that iirk disea-e fon 8a:Tiptiun. .suiTerers nit1; t 'o ' tt c M l'Tl i N . AftTHMA. I'.UON I'HITIH, or any bin aired lo::, lie sincerely hopes will try fliii lteeipe. tteil satiii't.t if they do so they will be more than satisfied wit : the result. Thahkt'ul fur his own complete re-tont'ion, he is anxious to place in the bauds of every fuffcrer the i.ieau of cure. l'fio-e wi-hing the recipe with i'uil direeticias, kc, will please call on or address Ui V. WM S. ALf.EN. 2j-Svv No. to John Mreet. New York. A. STUM A IXIibl). N a wpoi.T. Vt., Sept. 20. lsii'D. Dp. Isaxtefi .Str : My son ha been severely af tlicted with the Asthma irom childhood. About three years ago he bud a -evere attack. We prevailed on him to try Dr. White's Elixir, and beiore the third bottle was gone, he was entirely cured, and has remained a well man ever .since. Your truly. E. It l'AEMErl. ip.AsncaGU, Vt , Sept. 'SI. 1'iO. I have been afflicted a number of years wi'h the phthisic, and for months in succession have not beeu able to lie iu bed aud enjoy a regular night's sleep until I commenced utdng. tr. N. O. White's Elixir, which I am happy to say gave immediate relief, aud 1 have been wed and eujoyed good health ever since. 26-UswI2w THOMAS J.EATON. NO Ol'IUM Oil CALOMEL. Most of the popular Cough Remedies contain more or less Opium, which prevcuU their general use. Dr. Hill's BALSAM, being entirely tree irom this nar cotic poison, will ba tound not only sart, but highly etlicacious iu subduing every lorm of i-uni: disease. 30 lw Soovill s Blood and LiveiiSvhop. When such men as It. S Newton, M. D., l'ro lessor iu one oi the Cincinnati Medioal Colleges, corroborates the state ments oi Jlartiu UODDius, jr., iu wmun ue gives nertifleate of a remarkable cure of himsell of Scrofu lous White Swelling, by use of this medicine, no one need aouot its virtues. r "11 uREAT INDIAN REMEDY FOR FEMALE! J DE . MATTISON'S INDIAN EMMEN AG OG UB. V This celebrated female Mediein, -z-:tm iiuMHri.nl nir ti ring nn&nnwn ni mnw lv r., . -- . . . niingeiseoi ttie Kind, and proviug effeatual after all others bavf tailed, is deaigoed lor both marrud akd nnite Udirt, and in the very bet thiu known lor the purpose, 9 it will bring on the monthly sickntu in cate of obtruction, alter all other reme dies of the kind have been tried in Tain. I OVER 2000 BOTTLES have now 1, been sold without a single failure wbn j ieu as airectea, ana witnout tne liferent strength!, with full direc tions lor using, and put by Express, clo.iel bated, to all parts of tb country. PRICES. EU ftrength, 10; Half etrength, 85; Quarter utrentrth, S3 per bottle. CyJtEM EM HElt This medicine U dh'f(n(d ex Tprmsly for OBSTINATE CARES, ythirh all other rtm'dies of the kind have failed to cure ; alio that it is warranted as represented IN -KVKRY KESPKcT, or the pcie will be refunded CST BEWAKEOF IMITATIONS i None genu ine aud warrant. ,1. unles purchased direnu of Dr. M at bin liEMEDIALINslllCTr. EOKj&l'EClAE DISEASES. No ifj Uiiiou trct 1'rovideie. It. I. y This itj ertalty etibriiCes all 1ir.eani.-i of a Pri anu naturt., both of MEN and WOMEN, by a rejju larly educated i.tneiciau ol tweuty yeirs jiraotice, ttivniL' them his u-hot attention. ErConsaltatioug by letter or otherwi-e are tr,rtlv confidential, and medicines will be sent by Ex press stture fro observa tion, to all parts ot the t inted States. Ale ) accom modations, ior patients from abroad wish ug for a tecure and quiet Ketbeat with good care, until re ftured to liraph. VA t'TiitH. It has bfen estimated, t nat over 7 wo Hunilte-I Thouiand Dollars are paid to swindling fiiacks annually, in New England alone, without anu benefit to those who pay it. Most of the sum comes out of a o'assof persons who are ithe list anie 10 loose It, but once paid thty ran n .r get it tetek. and they are compe.led to sutler the trroug in silence, not daring to expose the cheat fdr ft-ar of e.rinsii)i; thtmselvts. All this couieH froift trusiing nthont in'juirtf. to men wh are alike destitute id' honor, character and fkiil. and whose oiiiy retoin uieudatioii is their only ta'e; and extravagant n sertmni, in praise of tiiemseirts. If. thereltore, you would avoid b'int; humbuifiied, take no man's word, no matter u hat his pretentions are but MAKE 1N tCIH V :- it will cotd you nothing, ami may save you uiauy rfgret; for, as advertising pfnsiciaDs, in nine rases out of Hi are tofj, there is lio salety in trusting any of them, units you know who and vhat thev are rf? hi'.. M . will semi kukk. by encldflng one stHKp as above, a Pamphlet ou DISEASES OE WO MEN, and 011 Private i' peneralh!. giving lull inftrmation tni the most undoubted rertrmce and t'Timonml. without which no adverUning phvsieiau or medicine 1 tbii kind it deserving ot Ar 1' CON FIDENCE WHATLVEK. I Zif Orde-s by mail promptly attended tlo Write your adJrep plainly, and direct to Int. MAI IlsoN, as above. ;jp jv t.itje or.vi:R.no.iT Rutland. e UOP.HAM liIiKKLLY C'liinty Court. March Term. Hesjuv Johnson. ls.,1. aciiou oi u ni ou Judgment reii'tert-.J L Jy the Su preine i.onrt ol the State ot New ork. oln th- 12th November, Is.;. ). tor the sum of ll j.ii damage and t ostn of BUit. as by tiie record appear IStCACHK, tfie "aid Defendant, lienry Johnson i" absent from thin State, and ha not b-flii per-onally notitied oi the peudencv of this "'tit : If i(i tiEDEini. that he be notiiiei to appear at tli next telrni ol said court, to be held at Rutiauu. within aril fur "aid county, on the tecond Tuesday of fseptetobcr ls,l. then and there tottiw thereto by publishing The (substance of the plaintiff" declaration, widh this or dr, three weeks succe-sively iu the Rutlatfd Herald, the last of which to be at Ka-t twenty d4vs before caid term, w Inch siia.I be .teemed sulhtieliit notice Aud day thereoi is given. Ac F W. IIOI'KI.N ) Clerk. C. M. WlLLABD. Aftv. ' ;, -3- T MKJV CONl'KKKNCK AuADKM V. i TO MEET THE UME.-H The proprietors of the Troy Conference Acaderav. iu viw oi t' e ucparaieliel monetarv iepricin. make ttie following propo-al for ttie F.l j erm, c un inenctng AujU"1 id. I hey wiii extend a credit ol hx montlnJto ailtho.-s students who mny find it unpracticat.M to pa) a.--cordirg to publiitfied tem. n : (one halt in a i va- ce and the baiaiirc at th middle "f the term, provi ling they will ftirni-h -atneaetory iwurjlv. from the bilsofiho-e whf) shall meet the published t-rrus they will deduct the legal intere-t far 'ourtem week ou the amount paid J. l'Ol.li k ( l I'otiltnev, July 22. lv l S'M A ucrroN : a r err ion CONSTABLE'S SALE. I IikI ntTer for .-ale at l'ublic Auction, to the high est bidder, on I IIU its DAY. All,. 1. AT 1 A ii I he entire Hock of liondn now in the store isteiy occupied by .Vlt-rs l.ircomb k 1 reeman in Wert Kutian i. CJiis-i-tiug iu part of mo-t varietie-nf Dre- Ooods. rti.'ks. Alpacca-. Ilelaine. l.awu and I'rints. Mtisiius, Victoria and id-hop Lawn', ixlginj. In eertiug, Kibbons, U loves, llusierv, U1.ADV 31 A UK CEOIllINO, Deiiims ncd .sheeting-. H;.t-. ap. I'.ocu and .-shoe-. Itubber-. &,c . Eillie's S!e. ( ri.e j.er.. til.:-- ku I Hardware. E.ble an I i". eket utierv. V.ilb-, I loth"-, liair. Mi'. arni.-'i and l'amt lirushe-. a large a-siTtmei.t .'! i.i.aui... Hayn.K loo:-. Does. Sh.jve:-. il.ip--ic'..-, I;-.. i, in-. Iiri. 1 .vlpp;-;, Itutfer. Lard, lver.j-eue Oi, . liiirning I iuid. A gohol. I.auip of ai.kiu.i-. Match.---, i urnitute. con- -tu g of lied-vted-. I able. Stand-, t haire. kc . l'u;.tr liuiig'ng-. with variiais other article too nnrr.er.. j-. to meatii'ii pariicuiarly . I lie abov e good- ill be first offeieti in bulk, with the right re-en ed the otl.eer ot tn Udraw ing the cam and te!iing by -ing e article should he deem it nest to tlo so. It soiU iu bulii a fhort credit wou d le given for undoubted -e.uritie-, ttrkus ot whicii v a i be ma le known at ti rue of -ale I 1 I'er-on- wi-hing to bid upoa the entire nock wi 1 be adowed to examine the invoice and the goods Ly application to the -u'enber. i & I! ATTI.1MON. C m-tahi't West IlutlaLd. July 21. l-'.l. J wj 'iitiliaug 1 "i -V 1 A ( C l K V T " A sad acci.ff.iit otcurred iu front of tiie Old Vniou Block. Mam istrj-et. A la ly iu attempting to alight from her buggy, ca'iglit her criuo'iiie in the wheel, tripped and tell to the grouni. s In; w a- taken up insen'i'.'e and carried iuto E. EENN's HKL'O S i OK E. Ihe Uniial re-torati'es weie U'luiiiii-tered. 'a'.' t xa A g!a-s of S-i-la It'orw- - sugge- niter it-It), t he Jr. t.i'", MoliL uistered. after patient revived -uttic eiitiy to gasp more, wo". Stout SODA. A st-CDiiit gia-s was adihiui-tered, after which, at t' e ladv's ou-n sttgge-til n the sprained 'imenU the laity limb wa- bathed in Sodn. In a lew momenU the lady was rullicieiit ly recovered to waiki her-eit and receive a l arting gla". to the fountain Verily, l'UA.C'l! ilS is In. Wateii.' j tare I I tare ior Soi)A Kuiiuiid. July ' ls;,l. r d.iW 1 w G1! E A T L A I" r II T E It I N DRY AND FANCY GOODS ! Si7,000 WORTH AT COST AND LESS FOR TWO WEEKS ! MY STOCK CONSISTS IS PART OF W II I 'J' E (iOODS, Jl U S L I N S , BRILLIANTS, NETS, TRIMMINGS. ZEI'lIYB WORSTEDS. GLOVES. HOSIERY, lilBBOXS, EMBROIDERIES, EDGINGS & SILKS! FANS, COTTONS, VEILS, nd any other Articles tea auaeroua to mention. All tweidebted to the iubscrlptlr will confer a iireat fvor by calling tmd fettlidg immediately. Those wfc hve ttte of long rtaading will d well to MttleandeaTectst. A word to the wise if sufficient. i TO THE LADIB3. Now it the time to secure f reat bargains. Pleae call early as w expect a great ruah. SfErHEN FRENCH, UarchanU' Row, Rutland. July 23, 19C1. mm I. M. Southwick. "T.IIEN TO ADVERTISE! It bai long been discnted nnint mea, atothe proper time to derive moit b.neta? from advertising. On th nn. h.j i. T .-T?"! that it U only lu the flush tlm of trade tht an ad- h ""y1" W" l lQe aavertlaer, and on the other tide it u argued that u is in dull times especially that the adyertniers need the aid of a " notice t thepeople," that he has something to sell. 8 far u itiiuu appues 10 in aavenuer alone, the nn dermgned hM nothing to say. Uut he is quite or that for the interest ol the buting rtnjuo, the tim -v m. tine, 10 wnen iie uaa tue LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS which be proposes to sell at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE! and this, just now, happens to be the case with SOUTH WICK. Having just returned from market, be is able tt announce to his old friends and the public, that hi stock ol GROCERIES, PROVISION'S, TEAS, SUGAIiS, t LOUR, Ii UTTER, CHEESE, 1'ORK, LAUD. HAMS, FOREIGN FRUIT, BURNING FLUIDS, OILS, &c, c, Has junt been replenished at the reduced City price aud 'hat it will be kept lull and periect throughout the season. farmers, Mechanics. Hotel keepers and House keepers generally throughout the County, are re Bpectlully solicited to examine his stock f CItOCKEKY, GLASS, STONE AND WOODEN WARE. His choice aortment of Domestic and Foreign ruitt, Cotlee, Spice-, Conffctiouery, Extract Sauces, Drus, 1-h, Tobavo and Sears, Gardeu, Mower and liird Seed, Candles, Shot, Vegetables, aud the thousand and one articles that go to make A FIRST CLASS GROCERY AND PROVISION, STORE HERDS GRASS AND CLOVER SEED Citizens and strangers viniting Rutland, are invited to give him a call, examine his stock, and he pledge himsell to make hit price satisfactory to all. I M. SOUTH WICK, , .. N" a Merchant- Row, Rutland, Vt., July 17, ISM. JLL HAIL YE LADS & LASSIES ! W ork wrk work, 1 ill the brain beffiii to swim: Woikw oik work, l id the eves are heavy aud dim I Llrlnk drink drm k. But a-k not bran fy. rum orgiu. Aek lor So. la. "ia( no rin. Au lva-tly mure retrei-hin,; If'w!:rm and weary and worn. At dewy eve or early morn, eek the sparkling Soda Fount. Not dou n town, but on the Mount At our good Iriend 1'ENN 'S old staud, 1 is the be-t of any Ian i: You'll be -erved iu up i-p style. By willing hands, bow and (.mile. pAINE, ALLEN, I'OND & CO. I'AINE k CO . now offer their eLtire stock of Goods, consisting of IIA1S k L AI's. It UUY M A D E C LO HI I N ' i Boola 4 SHOES, I KI NKS AND VAI.lHs .1.M s L ttMsHINi. OiKlU.S.. ( A .M b L'MBKELLAs. iKAVELINi, BAfi.S, 4c kc . kc . Ice , At greatiy reduced price-, to make rn.):a (or a large st.ck ft Eail t.ool- Now there i- an opportunity fora.itiit waatgoxl (roods at low prices to call on I'AINE k Co MILITA11V CAPS mad? to order bj I'AINE k CO. JJOUTS ev SHOK 'hidb: 'ji order ly I'AINE & O. c AN ALWAYS 1 E FOUND :ool a- ..rtinent ol guodi -J -Hi! lie t lines w at TAIN E k . S a in their line, ana tt pri---Eiitlsnd. Ji.l. 12. Is..;. B. II . i; r WI I I. opEN ON n . .m i. v : i. A i I' l-I. i;i h ..f 1 ill T K .V T. I 1 r. S T ii I T I i: f. E, DoL'ULE E. 1 EN 5 1 ON i i ji t : : p a 'I'lIIs SMlil ha-met with wide ai d upivcr-al ap I provai by the l.e-t Sradf S the cuniry. To it ae-n'tw nig.i t'xeei. ene.es u. ne.-n auaed an iinprottd -buj e 1 1 I in a le wa; h ite wed known eyelet ta-t. l.inii' and i- in till re-i ect- a lir.-t-clasa Skirt It ha-been remarked bt :ood judge that one of these Mors are wort!: lour made tinier th -uu. uiv other make It de-erv.-. all the rai-e it ba-T.-nei. r. ceiv i -Y. V. 11 W L L II ) E S ! ia -iic- will not As I keep no .' ,:-r r .'-'a - ! run any r.ti "1 ' -eii'g i.e; - 1 t po... It l well know a bv a.ar' -.;'-.! nity thitt cue p:.:r ot ti.e-e -a.'.si.t" three ul tiia other ia..ke i itiTni- ." caiumn- i i h tv. o r - v icin .t . anj i pair- of or- otten one pair trill wenr longer lhau : dir.arv New Vork and llostou flax- iLa iies tiiat have "not worn these stiots will pl-:t-e try t!i -m ou our recommendation. EACH PAIR WARRANTED. ju!J21wtl H " HURT, c 1 A S T L E T O N EM IN AMY, EA EL TERM liEGlNS AEG. Our excellent r.ojrd ot ieaciier- retained, and the ututl d amageii albtrded ia Mu-ic, Irench, l'rinting. &c. I he attendance is invited of those who desire tnorough instruction and a 'juit t. cheer ful home lor study. Zr- send lor a catalogue. 3'i-Ovv S KNOWLToN, Principal. FOUND. On Wa.shinton Street, oa Friday, a GOLD ISRACH LET. The owner can have the siime by callirgat thin otlicc. proving prop erty, and paying for thU advertisement T ON DON CLUU SAUCE at U MCSSEY'8 'RESll GROUND N. S. PLASTER, for cale bf 1JARJ"- '1 & aoy. w ILCOX & GIBBS' SEWING Ma chine. What others day of it. " It U in deed a wonderful production, and tor family use es pecially, no tther machine tetii tear any comparison u it." l'bila. Evening Journal. " A mechanical wonder.'' Scientifio American. For vale by J.K.BARNES. FEMALE TEACHERS WANTED To take charge of th Ea iics' Department (a an Acade 'y, in Washington County, N. Y. She muit be a strict disciplinarian. able to teach th common English branches, Algebra, French, an elements oi Drawing and Faulting. Testimonial required. Apply on Tuesday next, in person, at th Herald Offico, between 1 aud 2 o'clock, P. M., or a4 drei Ior eos week, through Pe-tt-Othce. EY. J. WIWI-Er EDDT, JalylB.lwdw UuthuU ft. 5 A ti